Volume 12 | Issue 11

Chamber Connection
View our November newsletter HERE. So many great events and information to gather and mark on your calendars!

Poinsettia's make the perfect Christmas Gift or decorations. Get one or multiples today and get your Christmas shopping done early. There are a variety of sizes and colors to choose from. Order today and pick them up at Navarino Nature Center starting Dec. 1st! Plenty of time to show them off, plus support the Navarino Nature Center!

Place your order HERE.
We are seeking a candidate!

Part-time Administrative Assistant
United Methodist Church, Clintonville WI
Approx. 12 hours per week (flexible schedule available)
Experience with Google and Microsoft programs preferred
Submit resume to clintonvilleumc21@gmail.com with “Administrative Assistant” in subject line.
View classes and times online here.
Clintonville Middle School teacher Justin Zoellick was presented the Clintonville Lions“2021 Outstanding Citizen Volunteer of the Year Award" at its October dinner/business meeting. The award was given in recognition of his beginning and running his after-school Wise Guys club for middle school boys.  Presenting the award was Club Secretary Lowell Easley and Jill Myer, the two members of the selection committee Observing the presentation are current Wise Guys member Clintonville High School student Trenton Conradt and CHS graduate and past member Dan Rohrer.
Read the full press release HERE.
CAP Services is seeking volunteers to fill roles for the Volunteer Income Tax Assistance (VITA) program in Waupaca County. 
This program offers free income tax assistance preparation and filing to low-to-moderate income tax filers, as well as persons with disabilities, the elderly, and those clients with limited English-speaking abilities. This last filing season served 153 local households and helped them to secure more than $160,000 in refunds. “Volunteering really does make a difference,” said Lead Site Coordinator, Connie Henn.

To read the full press release and gather more information, Visit HERE.
Compassionate Connections Center Executive Director Leah Wojnowiak (right) was our guest speaker at our meeting this week. Wojnowiak spoke about the center and the many programs they are involved in to serve families in the Clintonville School District. Programs like the Nutrition Mission, Car Repair Loan Program, Emergency Relief Fund and Feminine Hygiene & Diaper Pantry are just some of what they do. The center is located at 26a 10th Street, Clintonville. Wojnowiak was the guest of Rotarian Caz Muske (left).
Clintonville High School student Christie Sirna returned as our club's representative at the recent RYLA (Rotary Youth Leadership Awards) retreat at Camp Manito-wish in Northern Wisconsin near Boulder Junction.
This 3-day program was held Oct. 1-3 and is targeted to high school sophomores and juniors in Northeast Wisconsin and the Upper Peninsula of Michigan. It is facilitated by Rotary International District 6220 and Camp Manito-wish. Christie is the daughter of Tracy Sirna of Clintonville and was the guest of Rotarian Sue Aschliman at this week's meeting.
Read the full story HERE!
Today is the day we start accepting applications for out 2021 distribution. Please sign up by contacting one of the individuals listed below or clicking this link.
Artist of the Month:
Hello my name is Philip Wais and I live in Clintonville. I am retired and a member of the Pigeon River Artist for the past six years. I learned some woodworking skills from my dad, Arthur Wais and the rest I was self taught, using different tools woods and paints. I create whatever I feel something should look like and I use my wild imagination. In working with wood I have honed my painting skills using floating paints and blending the acrylics. The Pigeon River Artists group is having the 6th Annual Christmas show and sale on November 26th and 27th, so come on down to the Community Center and enjoy the show.
Emergency vehicle manufacturer Marion Body Works is making HAAS Alert’s Safety Cloud® a standard safety solution on new apparatus, the company announced today. The collaboration will equip newly manufactured Marion Body Works apparatus with the Safety Cloud Responder-to-Vehicle (R2V) service, enabling fire crews to automatically deliver digital alerts to nearby drivers up to 30 seconds in advance and reduce the risk of collision by up to 90%. 
Read the full press release here.
Congratulations to the Clintonville Cobblestone Inn & Suites Team for being in the Top Ten In Guest Satisfaction of 2020.
We look forward to providing top notch service for many years to come.
Clintonville FFA attended the 2nd General Session of National FFA Convention on October 28th. They were recognized on stage as 3-Star National Chapter!!!
The Clintonville Fire Department helped send Josh Wilson to represent Clintonville in the State Cross Country on October 29th.
Little Trucks Playgroup!

Our next session is scheduled for November 12th for ages 3-5
We will be doing some fun FALL/THANKSGIVING activities... so be sure to register so you don't miss out!
Register for our next session HERE.
Congratulations goes out to Wastewater Forman Jenny Pagel. She was awarded with Operator of the Year Honors by Wisconsin Wastewater Operators' Association. Thanks for all your hard work and dedication. You are a true asset to the City of Clintonville.
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Thank you to our November Booster Members!